Driving extended asset life cycle and unlocking utility productivity

In the current market, with increasing demand for consumption of services, utility companies are facing many challenges to ensure a reliable, cost-effective and a secure supply of services to its customers. The challenges of ageing infrastructure and stringent regulatory benchmarks require utilities companies to employ strategic asset management strategies more than ever before.

In order to move from reactive to strategic asset maintenance,utilities companies must embrace the latest asset management techniques such as incorporating data-driven decisions,building robust asset management frameworks and implementing state-of-art technologies (such as GIS systems and aerial drones). These approaches will help companies increase operational efficiency, decrease risk and ensure reliabilityof services at the lowest possible cost to customers

Asset management for Utilities 2016 will address these problems and will give you the opportunity to learn and network with Asset Management experts who have overcome these challenges.

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Key Themes for 2017:


Creating and executing long term asset management practices


Identifying key strategies and reduce the pitfalls in your existing Asset maintenance system.


Design strategies for improved operability, reliability, maintainability and performance


How to build organisational confidence to invest in Asset Management


Incorporating data driven decision to improve strategic maintenance


Uncovering the hurdles surrounding the change management when implementing asset management practices


SInnovative technologies that can be adopted to enhance Asset Management


Understanding how to successfully implement ISO 55000


Balancing reliability, cost and risk of assets

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Who you will meet


    VP, Directors, Heads, Managers of:

  • Asset Management
  • Asset Planning
  • Asset Strategy
  • Asset Investment
  • Operations
  • Networks
  • Innovation & Strategy
  • Generation Strategy
  • Maintenance
  • Reliability
  • Facilities

    From the following Industries:

  • Water
  • Electrical Transmissions
  • Electrical Distributors
  • Electrical Generation
  • Electrical Retailers
  • Gas
  • Telecommunications
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